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Korte Prinsengracht 11 a 1013GN Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
87 m²
Number of rooms


Very charming three-story upper house with roof terrace in a TOP location on the canal, in the center of Amsterdam! The house has a spacious living/dining room with half-open kitchen, floor with sitting/sleeping area and bathroom and a loft where an office or second bedroom can be made. Ideal for a couple! The house is rented bare.

The rent is 2500 per month, excluding gas, water and electricity.
The tenant must provide a guarantee of 2 months' rent.

Private entrance on the street side. Stairs to the first floor with a sitting/sleeping area and bathroom with walk-in shower, washbasin, bath and toilet. On the second floor is the spacious living/dining room with luxurious semi-open kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with all desired built-in appliances. The stairs take you to the loft with toilet and storage with connection for the washing machine. The loft can be used for an office or an extra bedroom. The loft gives access to the balcony with French doors.

Three-storey upper house of 87 m2
Suitable for a couple
A very spacious bedroom
Available immediately
Lots of fixed cupboard space
TOP location on the canal
House is rented out bare
Good parking arrangements in nearby parking garages

Unique location on the Korte Prinsengracht. Around the corner you will find the Haarlemmerdijk, known for a diversity of shops. At this hotspot you have absolutely everything within reach! There are several cozy coffee bars, caterers, trendy boutiques, hair salons, but also several supermarkets and eateries. The house is easily accessible by public transport. Amsterdam Central train station is approximately 5 minutes by bike and within walking distance of the Haarlemmerplein you will find various tram and bus lines.

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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
87 m²


Total number of rooms
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